Gestalt and IronRuby in the browser

Hi,

I’m wondering how Gestalt (http://gestalt.codeplex.com/) fits into the
transition of IronRuby from Microsoft to the community. Gestalt is the
piece
of technology that makes it easy to use IronRuby and IronPython (
http://ironpython.net/ironpython/browser/) in the browser. You basically
create simple tags and start using these
languages directly in the browser.

In the 1.1.1 drop I saw an Silverlight build of the IronRuby assemblies,
but
I couldn’t find the gestalt infrastructure pieces. Are these part of the
same repo as IronRuby, or are they hosted by a separate project
(Gestalt?)
Is this way of hosting Iron* languages in Silverlight being deprecated?

  • Jonas

gestalt is an unrelated project to the “mainline” ironruby, but
definitely cool :slight_smile:

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